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I have some legacy SQL code that used to run on a SQL 7 system. Now client upgraded the hardware to SQL 2008. The SQL code has this line:

Dump tran DatabaseName with no_log
go

/* do some inserts..*/
go

Dump tran DatabaseName with no_log

I am reading that Dump tran is not supported in SQL 2008. What should I replace it with?



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You don't need to run it at all....
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btw...that TYPE of functionality isn't present in 2008
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